Lady Gaga Stays at Number One in UK Chart, Banned in Lebanon
Lady Gaga’s second studio album ‘Born this way’ that set the record of biggest first week album sales of 2011 is remained on top of the U.K. music chart in its second consecutive week, leaving Adele’s ‘21’ at second place. But the bad news for Gaga is that the album is banned in Middle East country Lebanon for being rude and “offensive to Christianity”.
Adele is still holding the second and third place on the album chart. Her first studio album ‘19’ remained on third position. New entry You & I by The Pierces is ranked on the fourth place while Jessie J’s Who You Are, which was on 6th position last week, is moved to 5th.
In the singles chart, Pitbull’s ‘Give Me Everything’ that features Ne-Yo, Afrojack and Nayer, remained at first place. Aloe Blacc’s ‘I Need A Dollar’, Alexandra Stan’s ‘Mr Saxobeat’, Lmfao’s ‘Party Rock Anthem’ and Bruno Mars’ ‘The Lazy Song’ are on 2nd, 3rd, 4th and 5th place respectively.
Alex Gaudino’s song ‘What a feeling’ that features new X Factor judge, Kelly Rowland, is the only new entry in the top 40 singles chart. The song entered at sixth position.